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Campus Construction

The University is making additions and improvements to better your experience at Texas State. The following list of projects, which are in various stages of development, represent over $659 million in current and future investment.

Project Cost ($) Status
Albert B. Alkek Library Learning Commons 10,862,895 50% Architectural Space Program documents due for review, fall of 2016
Albert B. Alkek Library Renovations 14,024,925

Construction 70%

Anthropology Forensics Lab Renovations 2,130,000 Design under final review
Blanco Hall Renovation 28,000,000

Programming Complete; This project will likely be undertaken in phases over a period of several years

Bobcat Trail Redevelopment

5,488,888 Construction 98%
Cogeneration Plant Gas Turbines TBD Financial analysis and scenario modeling continue in order to assess the financial feasibility
Engineering and Science Building 120,000,000 Guaranteed Maximum Price approved. Notice to Proceed issued
Health Professions Building Space Reconfigurations 5,400,000 Architectural Space Program to be prepared
Joann Cole Mitte and Sabinal Renovations 9,455,743 Construction underway. To be completed by August 2016
LBJ Student Center Expansion 41,425,366 Student referendum supporting expansion passed
LBJ Student Center Renovation 20,113,150 DD package targeted for review and approval by Board of Regents August 2016

Library Repository

15,415,900 Construction underway. Occupancy targeted for summer 2017
Multipurpose Field House 15,000,000 SmithGroupJJR team will assess options
Music Building 61,365,000 Total project cost adjusted by TSUS
New Residence Hall Complex 132,252,870 On hold pending best site analysis
Recreation Sports Fields 3,000,000 Design studies underway
Retama Residence Hall Renovations 9,026,199 Construction underway. Completion anticipated by summer 2017
Round Rock Campus - Health Professions 1 67,500,000 Occupancy targeted for May 2018
Round Rock Campus - Health Professions 2 45,000,000 Total project cost adjusted by TSUS
University Events Center Expansion
54,090,000 Design Development package will be submitted to TSUS for approval by the Board of Regents in August 2016